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A New Approach to Video Compression Using Dwt and Mec

Abrar Hussain

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Title: A New Approach to Video Compression Using ...

Publisher: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

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Paperback. 84 pages. Dimensions: 8.7in. x 5.9in. x 0.2in.The video compression techniques developed in the past deployed DCT (Discrete Cosine Transform) for removing spatial redundancies and MEC (Motion Estimation and Compensation) for removing temporal redundancies in the video stream. These techniques suffer from blocking artifacts and produces low quality compressed video when the bandwidth availability is low in case of simultaneous transmissions on the link. Many DWT based video compression techniques have been proposed, but, unfortunately no standard has been developed to deploy these techniques because either most of the techniques have not been implemented practically or desired results have not been obtained successfully. This study presents a new compression technique deploying DWT for removing spatial redundancies and MEC for removing temporal redundancies. 10 improvement in compression ratio is obtained using the proposed approach, when applied to already compressed format such as AVI, WMV etc. This work is a first step towards the development of scalable video codec using DWT and MEC, which can be deployed as a future video compression standard. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9783843371346

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Synopsis: The video compression techniques developed in the past deployed DCT (Discrete Cosine Transform) for removing spatial redundancies and MEC (Motion Estimation and Compensation) for removing temporal redundancies in the video stream. These techniques suffer from blocking artifacts and produces low quality compressed video when the bandwidth availability is low in case of simultaneous transmissions on the link. Many DWT based video compression techniques have been proposed, but, unfortunately no standard has been developed to deploy these techniques because either most of the techniques have not been implemented practically or desired results have not been obtained successfully. This study presents a new compression technique deploying DWT for removing spatial redundancies and MEC for removing temporal redundancies. 10% improvement in compression ratio is obtained using the proposed approach, when applied to already compressed format such as AVI, WMV etc. This work is a first step towards the development of scalable video codec using DWT and MEC, which can be deployed as a future video compression standard.

About the Author: M Naveed, A Hussain and S O H Zaidi have done B.Sc. Electrical Engineering from University of Engineering and Technology, Peshawar, Pakistan. M Naveed is an active researcher and has 7 research papers. He also holds valid CCNA, CCNA Security and CNSS 4011 certifications. A Hussain is currently doing MS in System Engineering from PIEAS, Pakistan.

M Naveed, A Hussain and S O H Zaidi have done B.Sc. Electrical Engineering from University of Engineering and Technology, Peshawar, Pakistan. M Naveed is an active researcher and has 7 research papers. He also holds valid CCNA, CCNA Security and CNSS 4011 certifications. A Hussain is currently doing MS in System Engineering from PIEAS, Pakistan.

M Naveed, A Hussain and S O H Zaidi have done B.Sc. Electrical Engineering from University of Engineering and Technology, Peshawar, Pakistan. M Naveed is an active researcher and has 7 research papers. He also holds valid CCNA, CCNA Security and CNSS 4011 certifications. A Hussain is currently doing MS in System Engineering from PIEAS, Pakistan.

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